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Who Could be Sacrificed at Sundowns for Possible Arrival of Mbule

Sundowns have sacrificed a number of players to make space for the incoming players before. Nascimento was sacrificed to pave a way for Bolivian international Erwin Saavedra. These did not sit well with some of the legends of the game.

They could be forced again to make another sacrifice when some foreign players who are currently on loan come back next season depending how impressive they are in their respective teams.

A lot of careers could be on the line for some of the players at Sundowns depending on which direction the scale tilts.

We can not ignore the possibly arrival of Support united star Sipho Mbule. According to a source these could spell disaster for a player like George Maluleka.

According to report Sundowns are in pole position to sign Supersport star.

Sundowns could have signed him during the January transfer Windows. However they went with Tebogo Mokoena. However they were terms and condition set out by Supersport CEO Stan Mathews as there midfielder had to redeem his place on the team by cementing his place in the starting line up.

Sundowns are expected to welcome the star player next season. George Maluleka was linked with a move away on January. The likes of Maritzburg united did show some interest in the former Chiefs star.

Maluleka has struggled to cement his position in the starting line up in the team from the time when Pitso was here until now.

Mbule will bring more competition in the midfielder which includes the likes of Haashim Domingo,Andile Jali,Rivaldo Coetzee and Mvala.

Maritzburg still believe Maluleka can still contribute positively to Maritzburg if it happens that they lend his signature.

Maluleka has only manage to feature 2 times in all competition for the team this campaign.

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